Hello, stampers! Sunday brings us another challenge from the Paper Players, and Anne Marie is our hostess this week with a wonderful sketch! Sketches are my favorite! So here we go:
I have not used the Countryside Inn DSP for a while, and one of my customers just purchased some, so I decided to use one of the darker pieces for my background. However, the white diecuts kind of got lost against the patterns, so I added a vellum layer to soften it a bit. Here we go:
It really looks nicer in real life than in this photo, LOL! The opposite side of the DSP was diecut with a Stylish Shapes die to create my background for the white Dainty Design and Timeless Arrangements dies. The sentiment, from Lasting Joy, was stamped in Night of Navy ink and diecut with a Stitched Rectangle die:
This could be used for any number of occasions, so I left the inside blank! I am also going to enter this at the Alphabet Challenge, which is monochromatic!
Make sure you pop onl over to the Paper Players blog to see what the amazing designers created with this equally-amazing sketch! Then be sure to share your inspiration with us as well! Thanks for visiting today; enjoy it and be blessed!
|Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified|
|Card stock & Papers||Basic White, Night of Navy, Vellum, Countryside Inn DSP|
|Ink||Night of Navy|
|Tools||Cut & Emboss Machine, Stylish Shapes Dies, Stitched Rectangle Dies, Timeless Arrangements Dies, Dainty Delight Dies|